Kevona Tamari
Kevona Tamari

Kevona Davis and Tamari Davis, the two fastest at ages 16 and 15 respectively, will clash over 200m at the Atlanta Georgia Relays on Sunday (27 May 2018).

Kevona, Jamaica’s best teen at the distance, ran 22.77s to win the Class 2 girls’ 200m for Edwin Allen at Champs while American Tamari blazed to 22.44s to take the Florida State Champs A3 title.

The showdown will be at the New Manchester High School here in Atlanta, Georgia.

Christopher Taylor easily advances in 200m at Atlanta Georgia Relays

Meanwhile, Christopher Taylor of Calabar easily booked his place in the 17-18 boys’ 200m final.

Taylor, who ran from lane eight in heat 8, bounced down the homestretch to cross the line in 21.09.

Tyler Davis, who ran untouched, had the fastest time of 21.08 from the preliminaries.

Trinidad and Tobago’s Reyare Thomas had the fastest time of the women’s development 200m. She leads the qualifiers with 23.34.

Winston George of Guyana recorded the fastest time, 20.74 among the male sprinters.

Wolmer’s won the 13-14 girls’ 4x100m in 50.21 ahead of Legacy Athletic Track Club, a team of BVI young ladies,60.66s.

In the 15-16 girls section, Wolmer’s was second in 49.65 behind Track Dynamite 47.75.

Flying Angels of Canada topped the big girls’ section, the 17-18 age group in 47.61 ahead of V12 Athletics, 48.23.

On the boys’ side, Georgia Stars Track Club ran away with the 17-18 4x100m title in 43.26 while host Atlanta Spartans came out on top in the 15-16 section with 43.86s.

James Brown of Track A.N.T.S. with 10.69 and Tyler Davis, 10.79 were the only 17-18 boys to go below 11 seconds.

Jamaican Ornella Livingston, 11.62 and Olamide Sokunbi, 11.87 were the only Olympic Development women to go below 12 seconds.

In the Olympic Development men’s 100m, Maurice Eaddy, 10.56 and Tashinga Chitambira, 10.57 are the top going into the final


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